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. >> 1988. massachusetts governor michael dukakis against vice president george bush. criticized for that answer because that was a painful question from our bernard shaw at cnn and some say his wooden and robotic answer just didn't cut it. they needed to see the human side of michael dukakis. we know the result of that debate. the president and the would be presidents have to be able to think on their feet when they get the questions that seemingly come out of nowhere. they also on the other hand, like me, need very good writers. and president clinton probably had one of the very best. ma his name is michael walidman, now he heads the brennan center for justice at nyu law school. i'm very pleased co-join the program today from los angeles. michael, thanks for being here. this is a wonderful day to talk to you as we count down to this debate this evening. here is my first question to you, sir, the president of the united states, be it president obama or anybody else, has been sitting in office for nearly four years, the most differential character ever. he's called mr. president
with the conversation i recently had with the mayor from new york city, michael bloomberg. now, you will remember we talked about the sugary drinks. i asked him if he had a personal story about dealing with obesity in his own family. >> no, but i can tell you, and i think i speak for almost everybody, if it is in front of me. i eat it. i love cheese-its, if you put a bowl, two-pound box of cheese-its in front of me, i'd probably eat them all. but if you eat almost anything in moderation, no harm. so if you put a small bowl in front of me, no harm. there is something called a soup test that experts use, they put a bowl of soup in front of you, you eat it, ask you if you want another one, chances are you say no. next day, they put another bowl in front of you, put a tub underneath the table, and they replace the soup, half an hour you will continue to be eating. that is what we all do. all we're trying to do with the sugary drinks, have a smaller portion in front of you. nobody is banning you from doing that. you can buy two 16-ounce cups or four of those, any time you want and take them back to your
the conversation that i recently had with new york city mayor michael bloomberg. you'll remember his prosecute-sized sugary drink ban that he talked about here last month. you haven't heard this. i asked him if he had a personal story about dealing with obesity in his own family. >> no, but i can tell you -- and i think i speak for almost everybody -- if it's in front of me, i eat it. i love cheese-its. you put a two-poubd box of cheese-its in front of me. i would eat it all. that's probably not very good for you. if you eat anything in moderation, there's no harm of almost anything, and you put a small bowl of cheese-its in front of me, and it's fine. there's something called the soup test that public health advocates -- or public health scientists use. they put a bowl of soup in front of you. you eat it. ask do you want another one, chances are they say no. the next day they put a bowl of soup in front of you, and this type they run a bowl of -- a tube into the bowl, and they replace the soup as fast as you eat. a half hour later you'll continue to be eating. we all do the same thing. all we
. republican party chairman and then philadelphia mayor michael nutter. >> hello, ohio. >> i love ohio. >> and sizing up the crown jewel of battlegrounds with ohio state attorney general mike dewine and former ohio governor ted strickland. plus, the politics of numbers. explaining the jobs report and weighing its impact with moody's analytic chief econost mark zandi and douglas holtz-akin, and white house correspondent jackie kol linz, and cnn's chief white house correspondent jessica yellin. i'm candy crowley. and this is "state of the union." >>> it was not unanimous, but there was overwhelming consensus among viewers and pundits that mitt romney shined in denver's debate season opener and the president did not. the new yorker magazine summed it up with a cover cartoon of romney debating an empty chair. the captain "mitt stands alone." campaigns are only as good as their last news cycle, so on to danville, kentucky, and thursday night's battle of the number twos. joining me now are philadelphia mayor michael nutter, a long-time friend of joe biden, and republican party chairman reinc
carroll joins us. he's in state college. on the phone is michael bonny, the lawyer for victim number one. also renowned criminal defense attorney, mark geragos. you say jerry sandusky is opening the wound for the victims by releasing this statement. >> yes, anderson, i believe he is. what's happening is that sandusky is taking every opportunity to continue to torment these victims. he's now accusing them, in fact, made a direct reference to victim one by saying he started everything. there is no conspiracy here. there is no making these accusations for any reason other than to put mr. sandusky behind bars for the rest his life because of th heinous acts that he perpetrated on these victims. >> mark, what about this? he is alleging this basically huge conspiracy against him by just about everybody, putting out a statement like this the night before the sentencing hearing, is that something you would ever advise a client to do? >> no. the last thing you are going to want to do is advise a client i want you to go in there, you're better off just saying nothing. however, as a practical matte
chief michael hayden about the aftermath of the benghazi attack. >>> and on his decade in hiding after a threat was placed on his life. >>> also, if china's growth slows, should the rest of us cheer? no. >>> first, here's my take. the pundit dees claired mitt romney the winner. he was. obama seemed passive, detached, and glum. but what's more significant than how romney said things is what he said. romney repeatedly insisted he was not advocating a big tax kuchlt in fact, he declared unequivocally that he would not cut taxes at all if they added to the deficit at all. now, as "the washington post" reporter checks out, for two years rom hi has been campaigning on a tax cut that would cost around $5 trillion over ten years. he said he would eliminate deductions and spending to pay for it. he never offers details. he did say he would cut funding for public broadcasting which was 0.01% in 2012. medicaid was 0.13%. romney also spoke in favor of regulations including much of the dodd/frank bill and he repeatedly held up as a model his health care plan in massachusetts which has added center
questions about the integrity of the investigation. right before the show, i spoke to michael birnbaum by phone. >> reporter: they looked around here a little more than an how areu and then had gone to a market in town to look for potentially stolen goods. >> you've been in the consulate. what did you find? >> reporter: i found a gutted and loot eed series of building. it's burned out. it's empty now. it's not being overrun bye-byestabye-by bystanders. they let me look around. there are documents scattered all around. there are documents in the bedroom where ambassador stevens was staying. there are lots of documents and files in what appears to have been the security office for the mission. and among those files are records, sensitive records of administrative files, personnel files of libyans working with the americans, records of security protocols for what to do in case of emergency and even a very detailed itinerary of ambassador stevens' five-day trip along with cell phone numbers and names for a lot of the libyans he was trying to meet. >> i'm curious about one other thing, mich
with a shiny michael jordan haircut. >> ali velshi commissioned that study. >> imagine you're on a plane, you're strapped in, your seat starts wobbling and comes loose. american airlines is inspecting boeing 757s as seats came loose on two planes. they've taken a look at 36 planes. six planes had seats not properly secured. american says not all seats were loose but they had the potential they could loosen. the airline is blaming improperly installed clamps. brings us to george howell, following developments on that story from atlanta. good morning. >> soledad, good morning. you described it. for passengers on these flights it came down to this. you start the flight in one row of seats. by the time the plane takes off and lands, you find yourself on the row back behind you. now, no passengers were injured on these flights but, no doubt, it is bad pr for this already struggling airline, not to mention the safety issues. issues that american airlines promises to fi >> reporter: it's happened on three separate flights with passengers on board. twice on the same plane. entire rows of seats came l
. >>> the navy has a new ship with a very special ship. they christened the new uss ship michael murrmurphy. it's named after s.e.a.l. michael murphy killed in afghanistan in 2005. he was the first personto be awarded for his actions in afghanistan. >>> the defensive marriage act has been fired since it was first passed back in 1995. it basically says the government does not recognize same-sex comes, no benefits. the obama administration has decided not to defend doma. this couple was married last year after "don't ask, don't tell" was repealed. good morning to both of you and thank you for joining us. >> thank you. >> good morning. >> now you have join add lawsuit challenging doma, but your case may be a little more immediate, certainly more urgent than others. charlie, tell us why. >> well, i've been recently diagnosed back in april with less than six months to live. that's been updated to 12. i'm doing really well but that's a big concern because if i were to pass away, karen wouldn't receive any of the spousal benefits, is your viever benefits that are out there. >> what type of cancer are
. >> michael kirk is one of the producers of the choice 2012. he's joining me live from new york. and welcome to you, michael. i read your resume. you covered just about everything. i'm fascinated to see this, as you tout this long view of these men's lives. and the promise is that this documentary will take us beyond the sound bites, beyond the ads, the sales pitches. tell me, it sounds like you and your crew talked to a lot of people to get inside the lives of both of these men. >> more than 100 of them, friends, family, enemies, journalists, authors, almost everybody we could dredge up over the last year for two hours, 2 a1/2 hours. i think the challenge was formidable. who do you te the life story and new things about maybe the most famous person in the world, barack obama, or in romney's sense, a man everybody told us was the hidden man, that's the way they described him. and it was a real treat to finally get inside and finally discover what i think we have discovered and what we put on our film tomorrow night. >> and to help americans, of course, make that choice, right, come november
. >> michael moore tweeted we don't need to hear any more of obama lost the debate. want to know why and how it happened. he wasn't off his game. something happened. he believes he got some awful bit of news before he walked out, trying to explain why his demeanor was so flat. >> you know, when it was happening, i was tweeting that maybe obama was distracted because a s.e.a.l. team was off arresting zawahiri. but who knows, maybe it's true but i don't buy it. i think in almost any situation, the best explanation is incompetence rather than conspiracy, and if you look back, when gerald ford made his catastrophic comment in presidential debate about eastern europe not being under the subjugated by the soviet union, that was incompetence. when michael dukakis made his silly statement about his wife, that was incompetence. i think the best explanation here is that he just blew it without any help. >> what it has done is completely reenergized mitt romney's campaign. it was really i think on its knees building up to this debate and the feeling being that if it had gone badly the first debate, cou
: community organizer michael kozu is worried about what will happen to this boston neighborhood. >> we're concerned about with people getting let back out, it will go back to what it used to be. >> reporter: eliuzza johnson insists she was wrongfully accused of serving crack on the street. after serving half her sentence she's free for good and plans to challenging her conviction back home. what she can't get back is time with her child. >> i lost custody of my child, and i don't know how i'm going to fix that. >> reporter: what do you think of the chemist who is now accused of -- >> destroying my life, but i forgive her. but as long as i have my daughter, that's all i care about. >> reporter: susan candiotti, cnn, boston. >> with so many drug samples and cases involved, we will dig deeper into the fallout with our go-to legal expert next hour. >>> the fight for the presidency takes to the street. "sesame street," that is. yes, this bate is between mitt romney and big bird. so who will have the last word? [ female announcer ] food, meeflavor. flavor, meet food. it's time for swanson fl
real this morning. we'll explain. our "starting point" team is heading in to talk about that. michael, ryan and kelly is with us, "starting point" is back in just a moment. good morning, guys. ♪ i wish my patients could see what i see. ♪ that over time, having high cholesterol and any of these risk factors can put them at increased risk for plaque buildup in their arteries. so it's even more important to lower their cholesterol, and that's why, when diet and exercise alone aren't enough, i prescribe crestor. in a clinical trial versus lipitor, crestor got more high-risk patients' bad cholesterol to a goal of under 100. [ female announcer ] crestor is not right for everyone. like people with liver disease or women who are nursing, pregnant or may become pregnant. tell your doctor about other medicines you're taking. call your doctor right away if you have muscle pain or weakness, feel unusually tired, have loss of appetite, upper belly pain, dark urine or yellowing of skin or eyes. these could be signs of rare but serious side effects. ♪ is your cholesterol at goal? talk to your
, but one of their own. this is a live picture out of new york of the uss michael murp. the ship is being commissioned in honor of murphy who was navy seal lieutenant, killed during a reconnaissance mission in 2005 in afghanistan. he was leading a four-man team on a mission to find a key taliban leader when murphy's team came under fire. he was the first american awarded the medal of honor posthumously for the afghanistan war. >>> here are some other stories we're watching this morning. an advertising campaign battle of sorts is being waged underground in the subway system of new york city. check out these ads. the message is clear. religious tolerance, unity, and support for the muslim community. this is a part of three separate ad campaigns launched by jewish and christian groups. it is a direct response to this controversial ad that references savages and calls on civilized man to support israel, defeat jihad. >>> next, to colorado where police have issued an amber alert following the disappearance of this 10-year-old girl. jessica ridgeway was on her way to school but never showed up,
're raising the bar on flying and tomorrow we will up it yet again. c'mon, michael! get in the game! [ male announcer ] don't have the hops for hoops with your buddies? lost your appetite for romance? and your mood is on its way down. you might not just be getting older. you might have a treatable condition called low testosterone or low t. millions of men, forty-five or older, may have low t. so talk to your doctor about low t. hey, michael! [ male announcer ] and step out of the shadows. hi! how are you? [ male announcer ] learn more at isitlowt.com. [ laughs ] hey! >>> no remorse. convicted child molester jerry sandusky speaking out and lashing out, just hours before he learns his fate in court. >>> riding high. new poll showing mitt romney with just the kind of bounce he might have been looking for. >>> crisis on the air. a tv pitch woman passes out on live television but it's what her co-host does that might actually surprise you. >> lessons to be learn here for us? >> i'm not sure. we'll have to watch and see. >>> welcome back to "early start," happy to have you with us this morning,
michael sherer. michael, thanks very much for coming in. both of these campaigns i take it have put out some less than truthful ads for example. how bad of a problem is this in your reporting? >> it's bad. i mean, some of the major claims made in the most run advertising in these swing states fact checkers have pretty unanimously said just aren't accurate. the issue here is that campaigns can get away with this stuff. both candidates have made their own ability to tell the truth, sort of a central part of their own character story. and yet their campaign ks go out and say things that aren't exactly true. while we in the media call them on it, there's not much consequence shown from voters. partisans on both sides tend to forgive their own candidate for deceptions they tell and get more upset about the other candidate, the other team misleading the public about their record. >> is it worse than usual? because i've covered a lot of campaigns over the years. there have been a lot of junk that's thrown out over the years. >> it's a really hard question to answer. certainly not worse than 19
michael kozoo is worried about what will happen to this boston neighborhood. >> we're concerned about with people getting let back out that it's going to go back to what it used to be. >> eliza admits she was wrongfully convicted for selling crack on the street. after getting let out, she says she's out for good. what she can't get back is nearly two years she lost with her daughter for nearly eight weeks before she went to prison. >> i lost my child. i lost custody of my child, and i don't know how i'm going to fix that. >> what do you think of the chemist who is now accused of -- >> she destroyed my life. but i forgive her. as long as i have my daughter, that's all i care about. >> rorter: susan candiotti, cnn, boston. >> it's raising so many questions. digging deep now, what could possibly drive someone to do something like this and how could she get away with it so long? we talk to dan ariely, writer of "the honest truth about honesty." he joins us now. obviously you don't know this woman, you haven't interviewed her. what seems strange about this is it doesn't seem like there was
is nervous. >> worry for my safety and my son also. >> community organizer michael kozu is worried about what will happen to this boston neighborhood. >> we're concerned about letting people get back out it will go back to what it used to be. >> miss johnson said she was wrongfully convicted of selling crack on the street. she's free for good and plans to challenge her conviction down the road. what she cannot get back are the nearly two years she lost with her daughter, born eight weeks before she was sent to prison. >> i lost my child. i lost custody of my child. and i don't know how i'm going to fix that. >> hat do you think of the chemist who is now accused of -- >> she destroyed my life. but i forgive her. but as long as i have my daughter that's all i care about. >> reporter: susan candiotti, cnn, boston. >> susan candiotti will join us in the 3:00 eastern hour for more. this is shaping up to be a historic weekend for nasa. the mars rover curiosity will try something that's never been done on the red planet before. we'll show you some of the latest pictures from mars. sleep train's inv
york this morning, the navy commissioned the uss michael murphy, the u.s. guided missile destroyer, the ship was named for lieutenant murphy, who was shot when he ran out into enemy fire. he was trying to get a clear signal so he could call for backup for his four-man team. >>> and the state of delaware overwhelmingly passing a tough child-abuse prevention law. why some say it crosses the line, coming up. >>> and the nation's unemployment rate fell in september. the numbers are in. and they're good. unexpectedly good. more people are returning to work, and hiring was steady. let's meet one guy who took a huge risk to make a career change in a brightening job market. here is christine romans with more. >> reporter: he wanted to switch careers from operations in i.t. to marketing and big data. in a slow jobs market, that takes training and risks. >> i decided to go back to business school. and i went part-time. and realized that i needed even more training. so i left my full-time position, and gained internship at cbs, and that was a great gateway. so the internship plus the mba, i w
and i think both runs previous head of the republican party and michael nutter both said that joe biden is a very accessible politician. he tends to put things the way that people get it immediately. he's just got that kind of manner about him. i think that's the -- in some ways, you know, we look at the substance and style. as far as style is concerned, i think paul ryan's fear here is he's too much of a wonk sxort of throwing out numbers. you know, you can expect joe biden to say, gee, i took a look at your numbers and here's what they would do to george next door. ryan has to be careful about that kind of debate. >> the next presidential debate, you're moderating october 16th. likely these candidates, president obama, mitt romney are looking over the tapes, make they've exhausted it looking over the tapes, what went right and wrong. you have to wonder how they might be modifying their presentations ahead of that debate. >> one thing i know for sure and that is that if he was not aware ahead of time and he probably was and forgot, the president now knows that these debates are general
into the future standing on a coffee table in living room america, couch, cable tv and wallpaper starring michael jackson and marilyn monroe. >> columbus staying where he was and this evolved around him. >> reporter: he has seen these views of new york avenues. >> i like to think of it as christopher columbus finally getting a piece of the american dream. his unharmed front row dress
be sentenced to life in jail tomorrow. you'll also hear from michael bonny, the lawyer for victim number one and sandusky's defense attorney. those stories and tonight's "ridiculist." a lot ahead at the top of the hour. >> such a bombshell. just shocking. to listen to his voice and how clear and convicted he is in what he says. look forward to it. thank you. >>> want to go to our fifth story "outfront" tonight. love free or die. not live free or die. this thursday's national coming-out day, a day that encourages lesbian, gay, transgender and bisexual people to come out to their loved ones. that is what bishop gene robinson did more than 25 years ago. he's since become the first openly gay bishop in the church and is taking his message on the road in a new documentary film that follows his personal journey to gain acceptance in the church. "outfront" tonight, bishop robinson joins me. good to see you again. we meet again. >> i know. i'm so glad to see you again. >> what a treat. i want to talk -- the time we met before, we talked about your new book called "god believes in love." now i want t
usa captain davis love iii inserts cup spectators michael jordan, president george w. bush and the reverend jesse jackson into the lineup, or make lee westwood a u.s. citizen. so funny, because he wasn't playing well. marty mcfly shows team europe captain how to go back in time, last friday morning will do. number five, team europe wins eight of the remaining 12 matches to retain the cup. team usa has a two-day lead that cup casts pray for. it's as difficult as trying to climb mount everest wearing flip-flops and cargo shorts. he still wasn't finished. if mrs. potter had had quinn uplets and they all played golf. he beat himself up, originally tipping europe. yes, i picked europe to win, i also picked samsung over apple, the wicked witch over dorothy and savannah state over florida. i
. >> i do worry for my safety, you know, and my son also. >> reporter: community organizer michael kozu is worried about what will happen to this boston neighborhood. >> we're concerned about people letting get back out, that it's going to go back to what it used to be. >> reporter: eliza johnson insists she was wrongfully convicted of intent to sell crack on the street. after serving about half her sentence, she's free for good, and plans to challenge her conviction down the road. what she cannot get back are the nearly two years she lost with her daughter, born eight weeks before she was sent to prison. >> i lost my child. i lost custody of my child. and i don't know how i'm going to fix that. >> reporter: what do you think of the chemist who is now accused of -- >> she destroyed my life. but i forgive her. as long as i have my daughter, that's all i care about. >> reporter: susan candiotti, cnn, boston. >> the story raises so many questions. digging deeper, what could possibly drive someone to do something like this, and how could she get away with it for so long. let's talk to dan a
be true. >> he's been working the you don't understand me ticket. let's look at him on kelly and michael. >> honorhoney boo boo or snooki? >> do you know who they are? >> i'm kind of a snooki fan. look how tiny she's gotten. she's lost weight and she's energetic. just her spark plug personality. >> he's never heard of honey boo boo or snooki. someone's told him. >> no. he's watching honey boo boo and snooki back-to-back. they say every election is crucial yes, it's crucial b a lot can't get done in four years anyway, but if worse came to worse, if we had this guy for four years, i doubt it would be that easily affected. i think you need two terms as president. i think obama needs two terms to prove what he can do. >> i think about that. four years is probably never enough for anybody to do very much as president. if you come in, the first thing you do is get a whole new staff, you start to bring in policies. then just at the moment they're coming to fruition, you're in or out. eight years seem to me unless the president incumbent is so useless he has to go, really you need that length of
like stephanie cooper nervous. >> my son also. >> community organizer michael is worried about what will happen to this boston neighborhood. >> we're concerned about with people getting let back out, it's going to go back to what it used to be. >> eliza johnson insists she was wrongfully convicted of intent to sell crack on the street. after serving about half of her sentence, she's free for good and plans to challenge her conviction down the road, but what she cannot get back are the nearly two years she lost with her daughter, eight weeks before she was sent to prison. >> i lost my child. i lost custody of my child. and i don't know -- i don't know how to fix that. >> what do you think of the chemist who is now accused of -- >> destroying my life. i forgive her. as long as i have my daughter, that's all i care about. >> wow, susan candiotti joining us live. this so disturbing on so many levels. have investigators had any luck trying to narrow the focus of what the motive was? >> you know, fred, it is a mystery for now. there are so many possibilities. was she trying to help the po
has the technology and services to help you solve it. c'mon, michael! get in the game! [ male announcer ] don't have the hops for hoops with your buddies? lost your appetite for romance? and your mood is on its way down. you might not just be getting older. you might have a treatable condition called low testosterone or low t. millions of men, forty-five or older, may have low t. so talk to your doctor about low t. hey, michael! [ malannouncer ] and step out of the shadows. hi! how are you? [ male announcer ] learn more at isitlowt.com. [ laughs ] hey! >>> moments ago the judge sentenced jerry sandusky to not less than 30 years in prison and not more than 60. the judge said he did not sentence him to hundreds of years behind bars because that just wouldn't seem right. jerry sandusky is around 68 years old. he will likely die in prison. these are pictures of jerry sandusky leaving the courtroom, getting into that place car, he'll be taken to the local jail where he's been being held and later transferred to a federal facility. much more on this story in the hours to come on cnn
. [ laughter ] >> reporter: in the next election democratic candidate michael dukakis is asked this controversial question in his debate with vice president george bush. >> governor if kitty dukakis were raped and murdered, would you favor a death penalty for the killer? >> no, i don't. i think you know i've opposed the death penalty during all of my life. >> reporter: the public sees his answer as cold and dispassionate and that very night his poll numbers drop. during the 1988 vice presidential debate, dan quayle's come par stone yukon f. kennedy elicits this response. >> senator you're no jack kennedy. >> reporter: body language play as part in the presidential debate in 1992. george h.w. bush deliberately looks at his watch and pays for it when the audience and voters see it as disrespectful. body language makes a difference in debate between al gore an george w. bush as well. gore sighs over and over again. bush wins the debate and election. both president obama and governor romney are seasoned debaters. but if there is one thing that history has taught us when it comes to
busy learning how to dance gangnam style. >> mitt romney was asked live on "with kelly and michael" who he liked better, snooki or honey boo boo. snooki heard about it but she a decided who she want. she wants to stick a few more facts in her head and roll them around. i didn't realize snooki was tall enough to vote, to be honest. you should be allowed to vote or be on engineer"jersey shore." she might be the only bern who's better off now than she was four years ago. >> even snooki should watch the debates tonight on cnn. >>> "early start" continues right now. >>> countdown to the throwdown. debate night, hours to go before barack obama and mitt romney's first head-to-head prime time face-off. >>> doctors trying to trace the source of a deadly form of meningitis. >>> airlines under investigation for loose seats. >>> good morning. i'm john berman. >> i'm zoraida sambolin. it's 6 a.m. in the east. >>> let the debate begin. tonight mitt romney and barack obama will be together in the same room for just the fourth time in their lives. as they square off in denver in the first 2012 presiden
search. michael and thelma king were stabbed to death in their vacation home last month. police aren't ruling out further suspects. >>> a google search by a bored u.s. marshal has turned up one of the fbi's most wanted criminals after 30 years on the run. john donald cody was already under arrest in ohio under the name bobby thompson but a search matched an old photo of cody to his alter ego. the feds want him in connection with a multimillion dollar charity scam. >>> all right something missing from the ikea catalog in one country, moms! the giant furniture retailer ikea apologizing for the saudi arabian version of its catalog. it deleted all traces of women from the magazine. and from its companion website. apparently in accordance with saudi arabian rules about showing women in public. but ikea now says it regrets the move and that excluding women is in conflict with the company's values. >> can't take mom out of the catalog. all right ahead on "starting point," spanning the world to find the greatest moments in sports. award winning sports caster len berman, no relation, joins us
quote from 1990. michael jordan was asked to support a democratic candidate for senate, declined at the time saying republicans buy shoes, too. currently the owner of the charlotte bobcats and raises money for president obama. i don't think he's all that concerned at this point in his life and career that people will alienate him because of his political choices. >> back in the day, he was selling a lot of shoes. maybe that was the reason for that comment. a.j. hammer, thanks so much. he will be back with us in the next hour for more showbiz headlines. >>> the man behind the viral individu video sits down to talk about his breakdown and hospitalization. >>> one credit card company is paying out hundreds of dollars to each of its card holders. it's not because they racked up a bunch of reward points. [ thunder crashes ] [ female announcer ] some people like to pretend a flood could never happen to them. and that their homeowners insurance protects them. [ thunder crashes ] it doesn't. stop pretending. only flood insurance covers floods. ♪ visit floodsmart.gov/pretend to learn yo
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